Richard Halicks, Q&A In Defense of Sprawl, Atlanta Constitution-Journal,
27 Nov. 2005
(PDF file)

Deborah Hope, Even Urban Sprawl Finds Defenders, The Australian,
10 Dec. 2005
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Scott Timberg, Sprawling Into Controversy, Los Angeles Times,
9 Dec. 2005
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Elbow Room: An urban history professor shares his sprawling
views, Time Out, 8 Dec. 2005
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Kurt Langman, We Love Suburbia and That's nothing new, Tri-City News,
13 Nov. 2005
(PDF file)

Rachel DiCarlo, Why Sprawl is Good, Washington Times,
11 Dec. 2005
(PDF file)

Omaha World-Herald, (Editorial) "A Sprawling Issue with No Quick Fix"
29 Nov. 2005
(PDF file)

Kenneth Whyte, Q&A With Robert Bruegmann, Macleans,
12 Dec. 2005
(PDF file)

Spreading Out, editorial in the Las Vegas Review-Journal, Dec. 16, 2005

Dennis Rodkin, "Sprawl Blossoms: Advocates say suburban growth is good," Chicago Tribune, Jan. 9, 2006

Raymond J. Keating, "Most Long Islanders have benefited from suburbs’ development, in Newsday, Jan. 9, 2006

Rachel diCarlo, "Hit the Road The faacy of anti-car environmentalism, in the Weekly Standard Jan. 25, 2006

Alan Elsner, Suburban sprawl an irresistible force in US, Reuters news service, Jan. 26, 2006

Jennifer Wolch, Metropolitan Geographies: When Suburbs Collide, Science, Feb. 2006

C. Kenneth Orski, "This Sprawl Brawl," in the Slatin Report, Mar. 21, 2006

Lys Mendez, Expert: Urban Sprawl Good, in the Press-Enterprise (Pomona, CA) June 16, 2006

Andrew Saint in London Review of Books, April 6, 2006

Bosse Bergman, Forortslandskapets utbredning ar en foljd av stadens valstand, Axess (Stockholm) May 2006

Martin Zimmerman, Architectural Record, May 2006

Michael Duffy, June 24, 2006, "A Lightweight transport solution," Sydney Morning Herald (Australia)

Op naar Suburbia: Amerikaanse hoogleraar Bruegmann telt de zegeningen van de suburbs, in NRC Handelsblad (Amsterdam) July 1, 2006

Margaret Wente, The War against the car will never succeed, Globe and Mail (Toronto) July 22, 2006

Jennifer Howard, Suburban Makeover, Scholarly Edition, A new wave of scholars challenges common assumptions about sprawl and urban growth, Chronicle of Higher Education, Mar. 24, 2006

Clayton Housing Report (Canada) Sprawl is not only not evil. It has many benefits, Feb. 2006